Marine Waste Applications

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Waste Handling Equipment for the Maritime Industry

by Delitek AS     based in Alsvaag, NORWAY

Delitek AS is a market leading manufacturer and supplier of stainless steel waste handling equipment for the maritime industry. Our headquarters is located in Norway and our products are distributed via a global network of highly experienced agents and distributors.

Waste management for ships and sea platforms

by Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc.     based in Montréal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

For those who have lived in the arms of the sea, the bond is powerful and eternal. When mariners discharge waste into the sea, it is not carelessness but desperation…a last resort used in the absence of practical alternatives. The waste generated on every ship comes from both people and machinery. People generate garbage and sewage. The various motors and shafts generate used oils, dirty rags and a wide variety of other waste. The mariner has three options for all this waste: (i) store it on board and discharge it at the next port; (ii) treat it on board; or (iii) discharge it at sea. Today, none of these options are practical.

Marpol Shredders for Marine Industry

by SA Eng Soluzioni per l`Ambiente     based in San Donà di Piave, ITALY

SA Eng manufactures industrial shredders dedicated to the marine industry, in compliance with the MARPOL 73/78 regulations - V, about the shredding of the food waste before it is discharged into the sea. The machines, as required by the legislation itself, guarantee a final size below 25mm. The shredders, designed to be installed on board of cruise ships, ferries, offshore platforms can also treat light material such as paper, cardboard, cans, plastic bottles etc.

Shredding shipboard food waste

by SatrindTech Srl     based in Arluno, ITALY

Solution for shredding of shipboard light materials. Special feeding safety system. Output size waste less than 25 mm. Shredder complaining with MARPOL 73/78 - Annex V requirements.

Waste management for military

by Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc.     based in Montréal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

At sea or on land, compact removal of waste from military facilities is beyond a valuable and green activity, but a logistical imperative. Minimizing space, labour and equipment dedicated to waste management in both marine and land-based operations is of great value for military applications. In addition, security is a major concern for military ships. Minimizing the time the ships spend docked or in proximity to foreign ports significantly reduces the risks of enemy attack. Moreover, they generally carry more personnel than equivalent sized commercial vessels and spend longer periods at sea, intensifying waste management problems.

Marine emissions monitoring

by DynOptic Systems Ltd     based in Brackley, UNITED KINGDOM

In recent years, new regulations have been introduced governing emissions from ships. With the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopting Annex VI of MARPOL designed to limit sulphur oxides (SOx), nitrous oxides (NOx) and particulate matter emissions, as well as introducing emission control areas (ECAs) to reduce emissions of those air pollutants further in designated sea areas, ship owners/operators can face hefty fines for failing to meet these new requirements on the “polluter pays” principle.

Balers and compactor solutions for marine & offshore industry

by Bramidan Balers     based in Bramming, DENMARK

All ships and offshore platforms with more than 15 people must comply with the MARPOL Annex 5 and the International Maritime Organization regulations. A Bramidan baler is safe at sea – and makes waste handling easy.

Pumping solutions for offshore liquid ring pump systems

by Samson Pumps A/S     based in Viborg, DENMARK

In offshore drilling, the safety of both people and the environment is dependent on the constant management of risk. With great public concern and media attention, the safety of offshore drilling for both people and environment, has been widely discussed for many years. Offshore drilling can potentially cause oil spills or disposal of other waste into the ocean, impacting human life and marine life.

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